The big news out of SharePoint is the death of SharePoint 2010 workflows ….along with the rebirth of SharePoint Lists as Microsoft Lists and Teams Planner as Teams Tasks. As if those announcements alone aren’t enough information to make you say ‘huh?’, we also have new Power Platform features coming to Teams, SharePoint is centralizing the management of hub visitor permissions, and it is time to start thinking about upgrading your apps to use Microsoft Graph.
I recently got to know Fluent UI React when I used it in custom SPFx webpart. Fluent UI React is a framework of customizable components from Microsoft that fit seemlessly into Microsoft products like SharePoint. If you aren’t familiar with Fluent UI, don’t feel bad. It is the relatively new rebranded Office Fabric React. Ahh, you gotta love how Microsoft is always renaming things! Just when we get used to saying something, they decide to change it. So whether you know it as Office Fabric or Fluent UI, here is my take on working with it.
In a recent project where I was building a SPFx webpart using React Hooks, Typescript, Fluent UI and PNPjs, I found myself struggling to save a multiperson peoplepicker to a SharePoint list. The biggest difficulty I was having was the fact that I needed to make a call to ensureUser to retrieve a user id for each person selected in the peoplepicker before I could save the group of users to the SharePoint list.